The best concertinas for beginners are made by Hohner. Trinity University AP-2248 French-style Concertinas. Hohner Classical Concertina Accordion. The Trinity University Trinity Hall, Room 4-3 Hohner Concord Concertinas are excellent tools for the beginning student or performer.
The Hohner Concord Concertinas features a combination of a bassoon, clarinet, baritone saxophone, bass guitar, and an electric guitar. All three of these instruments are excellent for the beginning student and can be paired with the other pieces of equipment provided.
The Hohner Concord Concertinas have a tenon rest which allows the piece to “rest on its own” in case of a break up. This feature also helps with long breaks from playing the piece as well as prevent the piece from getting too fast and skipping beats. The tenon rest can be adjusted to your taste and comfort level.
All Hohner Concertinas are available in a variety of sizes and prices starting at only two hundred dollars. They are available in both a standard case and one that is portable.
The Hohner Concord Concertino features two brass bells with rubies on each bell. The two bells on the left hand side of the neck to make a great sound when the piece is played. Each bell is also a good choice for solo players. The two bell system also makes a great choice for the beginning student who needs the volume and clarity of the trumpet.
The Hohner Symphony Concertina is an excellent tool for the beginner as well as the advanced player. It can be used for the high notes as well as the lower ones, which are great for players who are new to playing the high notes in a scale with more than one note per string. This instrument comes with the Hohner Music Stand which is ideal for transporting it from one place to another.
The Hohner Symphony Concertin also features five keys that make it easier for new players to learn each key quickly. The five keys include: G, A, D, F#, E, B, A#, and D. This makes it easy for new players to know which key to use when they are learning the piece. The seven fingered keys allow the player to change from one key to another easily without changing their fingering.
The Hohner Symphony Concertin also features the Hohner Music Stands which has several pockets for storing all of the parts. It can be stored with ease in the bottom pocket and can be carried around to be played and practiced wherever you are.
The Hohner Concertina also comes with a Music Stand which is made of solid maple wood. The stand includes three large pockets for storing all of the different pieces including the trumpet, tuba and violins. The other pockets hold three keys such as the octave pedal, bass clef and the tuners. There is also a pocket on the top left hand side for the strap.
The Hohner Symphony Concertina also features an adjustable truss rod which is adjustable for the height of the trumpet to be placed and also a tension ring which is used to tighten or loosen the string. There are also a couple of screw posts and screws on the back of the case to attach the case to the case.
The Hohner Symphony Concertina also has a thumb rest on the left side, which allows the player to keep their thumb on the trumpet instead of their fingers. This gives the trumpet a professional look. The Hohner Music Stands is also covered with a durable powder coated finish. It also has a two inch adjustable lip on the top which prevents the instrument from scratching the floor.
The Case is constructed from polyethylene that allows it to have a rubberized inner lining and a padded cover. There are a couple of pockets that house the hardware such as the screw posts and screws and some of the screws are covered with a clear material which prevents them from scratching.
Harp cases come in many different shapes and sizes. Some are made of leather, while others are made of vinyl. The leather is heavier and it may be harder to handle but is more expensive than the vinyl. covers.